Why You Self-Sabotage Your Prosperity
Oh I know all about you. Yeah, you.
I know about the times you stole money from your parents. Lied about who broke the dish. Cheated on your high school sweetheart. Gossiped behind your best friend’s back. All those spiteful, petty, and jealous thoughts you’ve had.
I know other people think you’re good, but I know the truth. And now you know that I know.
Okay I’ve carried this far enough; you get the point. And it’s a really important point if you want to know how to manifest prosperity. And the issue Jim raised in the comments yesterday (and others have raised in other posts) about why you may have worthiness issues.
And know that almost all prosperity issues stem from worthiness issues…
The self worth you have for yourself. You will manifest prosperity in direct proportion to the degree you believe you are worthy of it. Every day of your life you subconsciously answer the question, “How much abundance can I stand today?”
As Dan Millman points out in his excellent book, Everyday Enlightenment, you learned at a very early age, two prime directives of life on earth:
1) If you’re good, you’re rewarded.
2) If you’re bad, you’re punished.
These were drilled into your subconscious mind by your parents, teachers, babysitters, and other caregivers, and were reinforced by all the media you were exposed to. They are burned on your hard drive.
Of course you don’t always get caught…
Lots of times you do bad things and no one sees. Lots of times you have bad thoughts and nobody knows. But there is ONE person that knows every bad thing you have ever done and every bad thought you’ve ever had your whole life…
And depending on what belief system you’ve been raised in, you’re probably thinking there’s an omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent God that caught each of these things too. So basically, you’re screwed.
Every time you catch yourself doing something like this, you’re probably lowering the perception you have of your self worth. And subconsciously you know you’re supposed to be punished. So you punish yourself, not even knowing you’re doing it, by self-sabotaging yourself.
Does any of this relate to you? Do you sense a breakthrough here? I hope so and hope you’ll share your thoughts below.
This material is from a chapter of the new prosperity book I writing, and I believe this information can allow you to stop sabotaging yourself, raise your self worth, and accept the abundance you are meant to have.
So please check in below, and I’ll pick up here on the next post.
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